California tossed over 100,000 mail-in ballots…
More than 100,000 mail-in ballots were rejected by California election officials during the March presidential primary, according to data obtained by The Associated Press. The story comes amid concerns the state of California will not be capable of accurately counting tens of millions of mail-in ballots to be sent out for the 2020 General Election.
The California secretary of state’s election data obtained by the AP showed 102,428 mail-in ballots were disqualified in the state’s 58 counties, about 1.5% of the total mail-in ballots. The highest recorded percentage in a primary since 2014, and the overall number of disqualified votes is the highest in a statewide election since 2010.
This is gravely concerning for so many reasons, chief among them being the importance of the upcoming election and the clear bias being shown by the state leaders who will be in charge of counting the votes. The leadership in California absolutely hates President Trump and they will do anything to stop him from winning the 2020 election.
Everything is on the line this election and we need to do everything we can to verify the integrity of this election. The Democrats and RINOs are going to do everything they can to try and prevent a Trump win, including attempting to commit voter fraud on a massive scale.
The effort by California to send a mail-in ballot to every person in the state is truly unprecedented and sets a scary standard for the future. Who is to say the state will not try the same thing in the midterms? Or the next General Election? Or any other small local elections? Will everything be associated with mail-in ballots now? Those are questions worth asking since the state of California seems hellbent on ramming this through.
I know I will be at the polls voting in person, I refuse to mail-in a ballot. I know the state will most-likely fail in its task to properly count the deluge of mail-in ballots they will receive. It will be a disaster. I suspect they will be “counting” votes in California for months after the election…